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Stonehaven amateur Sam Locke said he was proud of himself after battling back from a bad start to make the cut at his first major.
World number three Rose’s message to Stonehaven amateur Locke: Believe in yourself and go hoping for Cinderella story
Justin Rose had a message for Sam Locke before the Stonehaven amateur’s maiden Major: believe in the “Cinderella story”.
Scotland are on course to become the next full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC), according to the chief executive of Cricket Scotland.
Aberdeen's Open champion Paul Lawrie is hoping to watch another Scot challenge for golf’s oldest Major at Carnoustie.
Stonehaven amateur Sam Locke has discovered his playing partners for the Open Championship.
Danny Williams insists he will make Lee McAllister regret fighting him.
Members of a north-east golf club will be cheering on one of their own from inside the ropes at next week’s Open Championship.
A quartet of women hockey players from Aberdeen are celebrating after Scotland’s Over-60s team won bronze in the recent Grand Masters Hockey World Cup.
Golf: Stonehaven’s Locke preparing as he is always does – despite next tournament being the Open at Carnoustie
Stonehaven amateur Sam Locke doesn’t plan on changing his usual pre-tournament routines – even though he’s gearing up for his maiden Major.
The draw for the 121st edition of the Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup has been revealed.
Byron Boxing Club's John Docherty has turned professional after signing with Barry and Eddie Hearn's Matchroom Boxing.
Robbie Simpson received a big surprise when he won the Montreux les Rochers de Naye mountain race in Switzerland for the third year in a row.
An 18-year-old who grew up in Westhill has taken another step towards America’s National Football League (NFL) by committing to a scholarship at the University of Michigan.
Stonehaven amateur Sam Locke will play in the Open Championship at Carnoustie later this month after winning the final qualifying event at The Renaissance Club.
Watch: Massie’s sights set on lifting world title after second Scotland’s Strongest Man win in a row
A Fraserburgh man has been crowned Scotland’s strongest man under 90kg for the second year in a row – and now has his sights set on the world crown.
Adam Fisher shattered the course record during the Peterculter Open at the weekend.
Great Britain’s David Florence proved he is still a world force to be reckoned with as he topped the leaderboard at World Cup 2 in Krakow, Poland, taking gold in the men’s canoe single (C1).
Athletics: Aberdeen’s Clark facing waiting game after fourth at British Championships fails to clinch Euro berth
Aberdeen's Zoey Clark was agonisingly close to another podium finish in the 400m at the British Championships in Birmingham.
A talented young keeper has been named the Evening Express’ Secondary School Player of the Year.
Ben shows the Evening Express how guide runners can help out those in north-east who need the expertise
How do you run one of the north-east’s annual 10K or half-marathon races if you have a sensory impairment which means you can’t run alone?
Aberdeen golfer Paul Lawrie has announced his season is over - and he will miss returning to Carnoustie for next month's Open Championship.
David Law today woke up with 35,000 reasons to smile after becoming the first home winner of the SSE Scottish Hydro Challenge for eight years.
Jovan Rebula became the second South African - and first in more than fifty years - to lift the Amateur Championship, with a 3&2 victory over Irishman Robin Dawson at Royal Aberdeen.
South Africa’s Jovan Rebula revealed he’s been receiving nightly coaching from his major champion uncle during this week’s 123rd Amateur Championship in the Granite City.
“I don’t tend to play my home course when it’s this windy to be honest.
Aberdeen super featherweight Darren Traynor today vowed to reign in Spain to rocket up the rankings in search of another major title shot.
If the winner of the Amateur Championship’s strokeplay is cursed when the format changes to matchplay, Wilco Nienaber didn’t show it.
Former Cruden Bay man Stephen Roger was pleased to have given himself at least a chance at the cut in the Amateur Championship with a solid second round.
Jovan Rebula pointed to the help he gets from his major champion uncle to deal with “big-time moments” as he fired himself into the matchplay stage of the Amateur Championship.
Most of us could not dream of hitting two irons to a par five green – but Canadian Sam Meek’s second shot on the sixth at Royal Aberdeen found the cup.